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Privat Remember Wheels

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    80's fashion trends run deeper than Members Only jackets, Flock of Seagulls haircuts and rainbow-colored Moon Boots. This decadent decade marked a high-water mark for foreign car designs, from the sophisticated BMW 6-Series to the daring Datsun 280ZX. Now, you can tap into the attitude of this high-octane heyday by bolting on a set of Privat Remember Wheels.

    Whether you're restoring a classic or adding a retro feel to your contemporary cruiser, Remember Wheels give your ride that authentic Me Generation look and feel. From the RS-style split 17-spoke center pattern to the studded 2-step outer lip, the resemblance to the real deal is uncanny. You can choose from a range of period-appropriate finishes, and each Remember Wheel is topped with a hexagonal center cap and matching cover plate that hides your lugs.

    While your Private Remember Rims are nostalgic to behold, they're thoroughly modern in their build. Wrought from aluminum with a 1-piece construction, they're far lighter than traditional steel wheels yet strong enough to withstand a punishing trip to the track. To top it off, each Remember Wheel is covered by a 1-year warranty.

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